The new generation of the Toyota Corolla has been crash tested by the IIHS in the United States and the overall rating received was “Top Safety Pick”.
Toyota knows how to build good cars and it has proved itself numerous times across the years so the new generation of the Corolla receiving a “Top Safety Pick” is no surprise for anyone. The model in question has been tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Because the model’s structural performance was poor and the driver’s space was compromised, the car can’t be a “Top Safety Pick+” but the result is satisfying for its new owners.
The 2014 Toyota Corolla is based on the Furia Concept and it arrived in dealerships across the U.S. this fall. The starting price of the model stands at 17, 400 USD and standard features include the 8 airbags, LED headlights, Bluetooth and more. The LE trim level is adding the cruise control, keyless entry, rearview camera, 6.1-inch touch screen, Entune audio system and a CVT instead of the 4-speed auto. The price of this model stands at 18,300 USD. The top of the line S trim can be yours from 19,000 USD and it’s adding the sports seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, modified front fascia and a rear spoiler lip.